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never paid more at the pump. california gas prices hit record highs, and it looks like more records are going to be set. plus bay area supporters get their checkbooks out as president obama returns for another round of fundraising. we will update bo [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents on their own are wonderful ...but add some ham and cheese ...roll them up in some crescent dough and tada, thursday is now... a ham & cheese crescent roll-up wonder pillsbury crescents, let the making begin. here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits in just 15 minutes the light delicate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinner. pillsbury grands biscuits let the making begin. >> prices at the pumps have reached an all-time high in the bay area. the average in california is now $4.65 per gallon for regular unleaded, and that tops the 2008 record. in san francisco you are going to pay $4.65. higher than that in oakland. analysts are saying the august fire at the richmond refinery is still affecting prices. the national average $3.81 a gallon. one woman is cutting her work
angeles at the california science center. this is a live look. you know the shuttle was supposed to arrive last night by 9:00, but it had to take a break. it started rolling again around 1:30 this morning and has since traveled another 8 blocks with roughly a mile and a half to go. now there's no single reason for this delay. it's the accumulation of a lot of small problems along the way. in one case a tree that planners thought would not be in the way had to be cut down. it has to be very carefully maneuvering around light poles as well. what you are looking at now is how endeavor made a much quicker pass through the bay area on september 21st when it flew over on the back of a specially-equipped boeing 747 on its way to l.a. >>> we have more developing news for you now. extreme athlete feel felix bumgarner is on his way to mike a skydive from 23 miles above the earth. and this was the scene as he launched from rosswell, new mexico around 8:30 this morning. he's inside a capsule being lifted by a 30 million tube pick foot helium balloon. the jump was postponed twice last week by high wind
on the islands, though, to stay away from the water's edge for several more hours. california was initially under a tsunami advisory, which was cancelled after waves in the pacific northwest were measured in just a few inches. this is one of those days to check with your airline if you are flying at sfo. four of today's flights have been affected by the tsunami situation. one arrival from maui was cancelled and one departure is delayed. one arrival from honolulu is delayed two to five hours and a departure for honolulu has also been delayed. >>> hurricane sandy is also affecting flights from sfo this morning. united airlines has cancelled 33 depart first. 33 for east coast destinations. virgin airlines has cancelled five flights. no flight cancellations out of oakland for san jose. massive flooding and power outages are predicted on the east coast. in new york city they are closing schools, even shutting down the subway system starting tonight. abc's randy hit is in kill level hills north carolina with the latest on hurricane sandy. >> normally i don't get that nervous, but not feeling that good
teachers participation in the political process. if you work for the state of california, recession may not have hurt you too badly, not in terms of your salary. a new study reveals state employees have fared much better in the paycheck department than workers in the private sector. nannette miranda reports from sack to. >> a new center for government analysis shows a big discrepancy in paychecks. when you compare state workers versus californians on a per capita basis. including pensions were roughly $56,000 a year back in 2005. it judged to $80,000 five years later. a difference of 23%. for the rest of californians, personal per capp that income was almost $39,000 a year, increasing to more than $42,000. a jump of only 10% during the same time period. the taxpayers foundation called the numbers a dangerous compensation trend. >> it's demonstrating how california misspent money. state employees have received compensation increases not found in the private sector. that is one of the reasons we find ourselves in deficit situations. >> the report concluded had the public sector grew at th
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